On January 14, 2012 at approximately 8:03 pm Webster Police were dispatched to Domino’s Pizza for a reported armed robbery that had occurred.
Upon Officer’s arrival it was determined the store had not been robbed but that a Delivery Driver for Domino’s had been robbed off-site. It was determined that the Delivery Driver had been sent to deliver a pizza to an address on Oak St. in Webster.
Upon the Driver’s arrival on Oak St., he exited his vehicle and was subsequently approached by five (5) male suspects. One of the male suspects brandished a firearm and ordered the delivery driver to the ground. Three of the suspects robbed the Driver of his belongings and cash, while the remaining two rifled through the Driver’s vehicle.
The three suspects who physically robbed the Delivery Driver were described as Hispanic males, all approximately 5’8" tall, and having average builds. They were all described as skinny and wearing black "hoodies." The male suspect who brandished the firearm was described as a Hispanic male with curly hair, wearing a black hoodie, and having a red mask covering the lower half of his face. He spoke good English. A second suspect was described to have a "skeleton" mask covering his entire face. All five suspects were described to have been in their mid to late teens or early 20’s.
The suspects got away with an undisclosed amount of cash and personal items belonging to the Delivery Driver. They ran down Granite St. towards E. Main St. Through the investigation it became apparent that the Delivery Driver was targeted through the placement of a fictitious pizza order. Webster Police believe that the fictitious pizza order was placed for the purpose of committing the robbery.
Anyone with information regarding the case is encouraged to contact Webster Police at 508-943-1212 or the Webster Police Detective Bureau tips line at 508-949-3874. Anonymous tips are welcome. Webster Detectives may also be contacted anonymously by texting "WPD01570" to 847411. Anonymous tips may also be forwarded through our website www.websterpolice.com
- Monday, 16 January 2012
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